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A collection of Roman, Greek and Carthaginian masks.

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Papier-mache mask by Yevgeniya Kilupe (born in 1938), Latvia

Mask Inscribed by Myochin Muneakira (Japanese, Edo period, 1673–1745) Date: dated 1713 Culture: Japanese Medium: Lacquered iron

Erechtheion: Caryatid and Column. Caryatid (South Porch) and Ionic Column (North Porch), Erechtheion on the Acropolis, Athens, marble, 421-407 B.C.E. (British Museum, London); Mnesicles may have been the architect.

Mask of the Gorgon Medusa, dating from c. 130 AD and found in the Forum Romanum in Rome, Romisch-Germanisches Museum, Cologne

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Comedic and tragic masks or "personae," from Greece circa 500-300 B.C.

thekimonogallery: Noh theatre mask.  Photographer Osamu Jinguji.

Zeus (Jupiter) – Greek God – King of the Gods and men

Greek theatre tragedy chorus masks by Alyssa Ravenwood http://www.ravenwoodmasks.com/

The Apollo Ivory mask is one of the most rare and important looted antiquities ever. Many believe it was carved by Phidias, considered to be one of the best classical sculptors of Greece. His remarkable work can be found on the Parthenon.

Very Fine and Rare Edo Period Usobuki Kyogen Mask

Uncle Oni Mask 316 Japanese Noh Style Fiberglass by TheDarkMask

A cyclops in Greek mythology and later Roman mythology, was a member of a primordial race of giants, each with a single eye in the middle of his forehead.[1] The name is widely thought to mean "round-eyed"[2] or "circle-eyed".[3] Hesiod described three one-eyed Cyclopes, Brontes, Steropes and Arges the sons of Uranus and Gaia, brothers of the Titans, builders and craftsmen,[4] while the epic poet Homer described another group of mortal herdsmen Cyclopes.

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Masks served several important purposes in Ancient Greek theater: their exaggerated expressions helped define the characters the actors were playing; they allowed actors to play more than one role (or gender); they helped audience members in the distant seats see and, by projecting sound somewhat like a small megaphone, even hear the characters better.

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